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Looking for a small breakfast to go we walked into this cozy small bistro and ordered two Bagels with salmon tartar. They we're freshly made in front of us and tasted like heaven. Really fresh ingredients and very nice service. We'll come back!
We came here for breakfast, and we had a great time. It is a small place, but was not crowded, luckyly. They have a little outside tent in front of the restaurant, look for that, it helps to find the place.
We had spanish cheese...tapas and olivas tapas for starters. The old sheep cheese and the manzanilla oliva were the best.
Try the churros, wow it is great, the best i had in years, and the chocolate sauce is awesome!
They have these spanish paintings on the wall, which makes the place nice and cozy.
The waiter was nice and helpful too.More
Date of visit: October 2015
AndalgoDeli, Owner at Andalgo Deli, responded to this reviewResponded 6 October 2015
Thank you very much for your kind feedback!
We hope to welcome you in the future too:-)
I recommend this place to everyone. Just love eating here. Every visit at this place is a gift for my stomach and my soul as well.
It is perfectly located in the heart of the city.
The staff is sincerely friendly and nice.
Five stars...from me :)More
I had a sandwich and asked some extra filling but they left it out. Cheese most likely was a cheap version sold in any grocery...
I waited downstairs so i saw a guy and 2 girls behind the counter. Their cooperation was a complete mess...and disorder. Girl with brown hair seemed to be a starter and blonde manager was rather rude towards foreign guests.
Owners should reorganize this place because it could be a good choice.More
Date of visit: January 2015
AndalgoDeli, Owner at Andalgo Deli, responded to this reviewResponded 3 January 2015
We are really sorry that you were not satisfied with our sevice. To tell the truth, our shop is just one year old and it was the first time to be opened on 1st January. As our place is really small and that day we...More
We go here regularly for lunch. The panini sandwiches are great and we love buying extras from the Deli to take home. The tapas selection is also very good and they have Spanish wine and beer to accompany your food. The staff are friendly and...helpful.More
Hidden away a little on Madach Imre ut, in the Jewish section of Budapest where there are many, many good places to eat, this little jewel is run by two young women with help from their mother and (an Aunt?). They offer some remade sandwiches...but prepare most things fresh to order. The panini we had were delicious. So was desert. They make a variety of Hungarian sweet to tempt you. The place is small but clean and very well run. I love it!More
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